A wall oven has an expected lifespan of 12 to 16 years, according to Houselogic, so buying a replacement oven is inevitable. With wall oven dimensions varying from 24 to 36 inches in width and heights ranging from 28 to 50 inches, buying a new wall oven requires more information than just worrying if it matches the rest of your kitchen’s appliances. Your selection of wall oven is contingent on the magnitude of the oven cupboard opening. Take the measurements when picking your new oven to make it fit in the original location of the opening.
Turn off the breaker of the wall oven within the home breaker box for safety when the oven longer functions.
Open the oven door to get the screws along the right and left borders of the wall oven. Remove the screws holding the wall oven.
Grasp the sides of the wall oven and pull it to get the cabinet opening. Have a partner hold the oven to keep it.
Measure the width of the wall oven cupboard left along the border of the oven opening with a metal tape measure. Take the step along the bottom of the oven opening. Write the smaller of both width measurements on a touch pad down.
Measure the height of this wall oven cupboard opening from top to bottom the side of this oven. Pick out the height measurement. Write the smaller of the two height measurements down.
Extend the tape step until it reaches the rear wall of the cabinet opening. Assess the depth of the cupboard from the outside of the cabinet alongside the wall at one corner of this oven. Take extra depth measurements and notice the depth measurement.
Slide the oven back. Replace the screws to secure the oven at the wall. It’s possible to leave the breaker at the”Off” position if the oven no longer functions. If the oven is still being used Twist on the breaker of the wall oven.